Tag: programming

Creator of DeepNude, App That Undresses Photos of Women, Takes It Offline

The creator of DeepNude, an app that used a machine learning algorithm to “undress” images of clothed women announced Thursday that he’s killing the software, after viral backlash for the way it objectifies women. On Wednesday, Motherboard reported that an anonymous programmer who goes by the alias “Alberto” created DeepNude, an app that takes an […]

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This Horrifying App Undresses a Photo of Any Woman With a Single Click

An image of Taylor Swift, before (left) and after (right) using the DeepNude app. Censoring via Motherboard A programmer created an application that uses neural networks to remove clothing from the images of women, making them look realistically nude. The software, called DeepNude, uses a photo of a clothed person and creates a new, naked image […]

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DJI’s RoboMaster S1 is a four-wheeled robot that teaches kids how to code

DJI, which was founded over a decade ago by Hong Kong University of Science and Technology enrollee Frank Wang,  is perhaps best known for drones like the Mavic Pro and Air, the Ronin S, the Matrice, and the Phantom 4. The Shenzhen, China-based company has an estimated 85% of the worldwide drone market, and while […]

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This Deepfake of Mark Zuckerberg Tests Facebook’s Fake Video Policies

Two artists and an advertising company created a deepfake of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg saying things he never said, and uploaded it to Instagram. The video, created by artists Bill Posters and Daniel Howe in partnership with advertising company Canny, shows Mark Zuckerberg sitting at a desk, seemingly giving a sinister speech about Facebook’s power. […]

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Apple debuts SwiftUI and new Xcode interactive development experience

HomeKit, macOS, and tvOS weren’t the only platforms that Apple touched on during its 2019 WorldWide Developer Conference in San Jose. Today, it announced SwiftUI, a complement to its open-source compiled programming language for iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, Linux, and other platforms. SwiftUI lets developers specify UI with simple declarations. In practice, it reduces hundreds […]

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